In every issue, you’ll find the hottest topics of interest to our readers along with cutting-edge health information.
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In a new memoir, South Africa’s first openly positive and openly gay high-Court judge confronts his blinding whiteness.
It’s time to pop the cork on those New Year’s resolutions—and work on keeping ’em from going flat the next day.
We are our most amazing resource.
Enough about me, doc—let’s talk about you.
Five tips for cooks who are positive they’ve never cooked before
When winter puts the freeze on your fresh-fruit supply, drink your FDA-advised five a day!
The better weapon against human papillomavirus
Recently, Three HIV drugs got stuck in clinical trials. Why? Here’s a look at the twists and turns of drug approval.
A filmmaker tames a tough costar
The oral report on transmission
Landing on your own two feet after leaving prison
Should people with HIV fear avian flu?
Why are you such a catch? I’ll make some lucky man a great wife. I’m intelligent, sexy and don’t carry around the past like a cross.
Piece of Work
Teaching others about HIV can be a healing experience
An activist storm hit Washington, DC, November 5th through 8th as the Campaign to End AIDS (C2EA) unleashed rallies, demos and Hill visits.
POZ talks to a book award finalist author Mary Gaitskill, 50, was caught off guard in October when she became the first-ever National Book..
Tens years after the million man march recharged his life, Mark Tuggle takes stock of how far he’s come.
At sex museums, condom skyscrapers can be masterpieces, but HIV information is still a work in progress.
How this Californian resolved to master her treatment—naturally
In 1994, The Real World’s Pedro Zamora proved that prime time could embrace a recurring HIV positive character.
After a decade of weepy AIDS-film clichés, we aren’t in Philadelphia anymore.
Worried about starting HIV meds, Andre L. got advice from Brenda Lee curry about making peace with pills
When a boyfriend tells friends her status, anonymous rethinks the importance of staying, well, anonymous.
It’s refreshing to see IBTs coming back into focus.
What’s In Your Notebook?